(Photo by Brady Dale)
We recently wrote about the struggles Tinybop went through to find a space in Brooklyn it could grow into. That determination ultimately paid off.
The educational iOS toymaker’s new spot in Boerum Hill looks exactly like what you’d imagine a growing tech company’s offices would look like. Large. Open. Well lit. Lots of different kinds of spaces to work in.
When we spoke to founder Raul Gutierrez he told us about the care he’s taken to create good jobs with competitive benefits. He also took a lot of pride in how many Tinybop staffers live in Brooklyn and the quality-of-life benefits associated with living close to work. Another unusual tidbit about the startup: it’s almost all women.
Have a look at Tinybop’s new space, parts of which are still under construction:
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